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1. All one has to do is ...
All he has to do is to fill out a form.
All he had to do was to become friends with the new students.
2. Although ..., ...
3. ... as (adj.) / (adv.) as possible
Run as fast as possible.
4. as if / as though ...
You look as if you’ve had a good time.
It sounds as though she’s been really ill.
5. As soon as ..., ...
He left as soon as he heard the news.
6. be / feel (adj.) + to do sth
Most Americans will be happy to explain.
I feel sad to know he is leaving us for good.
7. be / get used to (n.) / Ving
The good in England is strange at first but you’ll soon get used to it.
He is used to working hard in China.
8. both ... and ...
She can both speak and write Japanese.
9. But for ...
But for the rain we would have had a nice holiday.
10. by Ving
You can turn the radio by pressing this button.
11. cannot but ...
It was a rash thing to do, yet one cannot but admire her courage.
I could not but admit that he was right and I was wrong.
12. either ... or ...
I left it either on the table or in the drawer.
You can either write or phone to request a copy.
13. enjoy / finish / mind / practise + Ving
Do you mind opening the window?
They enjoy talking with people, even in broken English.
14. far from
Far from enjoying dancing, he loathes it.
Your account is far from the truth.
15. find it (adj.) to ...
She found it difficult to understand him.
At my age I would find it hard to get another job.
16. get / have sth Vpp
They’re going to have their house painted.
Go and get your hair cut!
17. Given ...
Given the government’s record on unemployment, their chances of winning the election look poor.
Given that she is interested in children, I am sure teaching is the right career for her.
18. Hardly / Scarcely had S Vpp when S V-ed
Hardly had we begun our walk when it began to rain
Scarcely had she entered the room when the phone rang.
19. How (adj.)!
Excuse yourself and rush down the street to the nearest bank? How impractical!
You can just take out your credit card and charge it. How convenient!
20. How (adj.) (it is) to ! // How (adj.)/(adv.) S V !
How nice it is to have a rose garden!
How tiring it is to work part time while studying full time!
How beautiful she is.
21. I wish (Ved / Vpp)
I wish you hadn’t told me all this.
I wish I knew what was going to happen.
If I were you, I might marry him.
If I had a robot, I would ask it to help me with my lessons.
I’ll only stay if you offer me more money.
23. Inversion of If-conditional
Had he written that letter, she wouldn’t have made this mistake.
Should it rain tomorrow, I would stay home.
24. Indirect speech
Father told me that he was disappointed in me.
The girl said that they were going to Florida the next morning.
25. Instead of ..., ...
Let’s play cards instead of watching television.
Instead of Tom, it was Peter who moved in.
26. It (so) happens that ...
It happened that she was out when he called.
It happened that the new person in the office was the woman he had met at Gail’s party.
27. It appears / seems that ...
It appears that there has been a change in the plans.
It seems that the attack this morning was carefully planned to cause few casualties.
28. It is ... that ...
It was the best coffee that I have ever tasted.
It was the funniest joke that I have ever heard.
29. It is (adj.) for S to V
It is easy for her to do the job.
It is sad for me to hear the news.
30. It is (adj.) of sb to V
It is kind of you to help me.
It is nice of you to do this for me.
31. It is no use Ving
It is no use pretending you didn’t know.
It’s no use arguing with a drunk.
32. It is said that ...
It is said he’s a genius.
It is said that he was a spy during the war.
33. It is time ... Ved ...
It is time we were going.
It is time we had a party.
34. lest ... (should) ...
He ran away lest he (should) be seen.
She pulled away from the window lest anyone see them.
35. (n.) + Ving [= participle phrases]
She was the woman sitting behind me in the restaurant yesterday.
It was a series of separate walls extending across China.
36. neither … nor
He neither knows nor cares what happened.
The hotel is neither spacious nor comfortable.
37. There is no Ving
There is no mistaking a tiger for a dog.
There is no knowing how many people got killed in World War II.
38. No matter what ...
No matter what he did, they were bored.
No matter what you do, I’ll always love you.
39. No sooner had S V than ...
No sooner had he arrived than he was asked to leave again.
No sooner had he sat down than the phone rang.
40. not only ... but also ...
He not only finished his homework in time but also enjoyed doing it.
We go there not only in winter, but also in summer.